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2003 turn over but will not run no spark to plug & has no trouble code or history

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Coil may be bad.

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I have never heard of a major tune-up

All vehicle tuning has been done by
on board computers since 1980
some 30 years

Spark plug wires last the life of the vehicle
They only get replaced when they fail.
I had 1 wire fail in 46 years,personally

You do not have both an Ignition Module
as well as Coil Packs. They are installed
in two different systems

Any dash light you get & again they have
been there for 30 years,you retrieve any codes
within a couple days,diagnose code issues first
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I would check fuel pressure with a gauge
Also Fuel Pressure Regulator

Vacuum Leaks
At least clean the MAF Sensor
Check TPS Sensor

Basically you need your vehicle tested in all
areas

There is a serious misconception that a
tune-up ,spark plugs etc are a cure all

I don't even start there when diagnosing
anything. You could throw away 2 plugs
& it would still start

I want to see what does work & how

Spark Plugs & other items you can get
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